Monday, December 26, 2011

Inner Space Yoga Makes Yoga Practice More Colorful

Angela from Inner Space Yoga contacted me recently about her colorful, quality, and domestically made props. I had a look at her website and loved all the fabric choices - plus, there is the added bonus that she is a small business and sources things locally. As a side note, my grandma owned a fabric store when I was growing up and I always loved going to visit her to play in the rows upon rows of fabric. So much potential!

If you didn't get what you wanted for Christmas, have a look at Inner Space Yoga's yoga and meditation supplies.

Check out these awesome fabric choices!
perfectly-pink honeysuckle instant-maui wavygravy sand-dollar clematis blue-lotus surya pollen peacock mughal kashmirred sunflower antigua padma

About Inner Space Yoga:
Inner Space Yoga was created in 2007 by Angela McWilliams, to meet the need for quality, domestically manufactured yoga props. All designs were developed and refined with the input of Angela’s teachers and fellow yogins, with the goal of creating yoga props that are durable, well-made, supportive and, above all, beautiful. Many of the materials, such as the cotton batting, are sourced locally, and the products are sewn by either Angela herself, or local sewers.

Bio: Angela McWilliams began practicing yoga in 2006, studying Iyengar yoga with Cindy Dollar. She is a graduate of Asheville Yoga Center’s 200 hour teacher training, and is pursuing her 500 hour certification. While still primarily a student of Iyengar yoga, she does enjoy exploring other styles of yoga and takes advantage of the many opportunities to study with world-class yoga teachers who offer trainings here in Asheville. She also studies extensively with local teachers Steph Keach and Lillah Schwartz.

2 comments:

Yogag33k said...

oh wow these are gorgeous! I think a new bolster might be in my future...hehe and I live in Boone so its great to connect with some bloggers nearby :) Namaste and happy holidays!

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